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Derek Carr (QB) Fresno State
Derek Carr certainly has to be one of the biggest draft prospects that everyone is looking forward to watching on Saturday. Carr has shot up draft boards this season because of the way he has commanded the high-octane Fresno State offense.
The senior has 4866 yards passing and 48 touchdowns on the year, and should certainly go over 5000 yards and 50 touchdowns on Saturday. It may only take him a quarter to do it.
Carr is being considered as a Top Ten pick this year, which says a lot because this draft is loaded with talented quarterbacks.
Marqise Lee (WR) USC
It has not been a great year for USC and that has caused the draft stock for wide receiver Marqise Lee to decline a little this season. Lee only has two touchdown catches on the year, which is significantly down compared to the 14 he had last year and the 11 he caught in his freshman season.
Still, Lee is the best wide receiver in this draft class, in my opinion.
At six feet, he is not extremely tall, but Lee has great hands and always finds a way to get open and get the football. Injuries have slowed his production a little bit this season, but he needs 12 catches on Saturday to have the most receptions by a wide receiver in USC history. And it is only his third season.
Lee will decide if he goes pro or not after the bowl game, but if he does, someone will get a true steal in the middle of the first round if they take a shot on Marqise Lee.
Davante Adams (WR) Fresno State
It will be interesting to see what kind of numbers Davante Adams puts up against a more elite team in USC on Saturday. Adams simply put up some ridiculous, video game like stats this season.
The redshirt sophomore caught 122 passes for 1645 yards and 23 touchdowns. The great numbers are nothing new for Adams though, as he caught 102 balls for 1312 yards and 14 touchdowns last season.
Sure, the numbers are inflated a bit because of the competition that Fresno State faces through a large majority of their season, but there is no denying that this guy can play. Adams would make for a great second-round pick for any team looking for a No. 2 wide receiver if he decides to come out this year.